Fer cryin' out loud. I'd read half the Bible before I was 10, but it's just too damn much for a creationist to be asked to read an article or two >before< they start posing "incredulous" physics questions?<quoted text>
Sure it does.
He brought up the BBT. You responded with "Yes, if you're a creationist you believe life appeared out of nothing, despite the abundance of materials which could be found in the universe at the time. And that's what science proposes, that life developed via natural chemical processes, something which was prevalent throughout the universe. "
So I asked you did all that abundance of materials come from something smaller than a subatomic particle, which is what was there before the big bang.
The origin of the BB is not held as being a singularity, but a condition similar to one. No matter exists in a nearly infinitely small singularity, but a singularity can contain a nearly infinite amount of energy. Energy --> particles, particles --> atoms, atoms + fusion --> heavier atoms, atoms + atoms --> chemical molecules.
And before you ask "on Charles behalf",- there's nothing is physics that ever indicated a bumblebee can't fly and it takes about 250 licks to get to the center of a tootsie pop.